5 Video-resistance tests Samsung Galaxy S7: he never would

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just a few days ago that Samsung released its latest smartphone and YouTube is already crowded teaching the world how pop a Galaxy S7 / S7 Edge . It’s just what we are going to show. Not the Teletienda but we will see situations like boil, cut, spin in washing machine, cocking or freeze . They call it endurance test, but I see no notebooks, or metrics, or gowns so I do not seem to follow with great detail any scientific method.

Attention: this post can hurt sensibilities , specifically yours if you have bare pockets and carry a wanting to change mobile, time and especially if they take a while chasing a Galaxy S7 or iPhone 6S.

To boast of IP68 certificate , Samsung and some of his associates have been demonstrated sellers hardness, as a unboxing underwater. And although a user has reported fallos because of the impermeability of the microUSB port generally is meeting resistance standards promised.

But let’s see what happens when people go a little further. Or rather, when what is sought is find the limit without fear overcome and that the phone runs shattered. At the end of the day, according to iFixit it is casi impossible to repair.

Washing a Galaxy S7 in a washing machine

The first test, by Max Lee, is to introduce mobile on in a washing machine. Wash and spin program of 45 minutes. The phone carries a cover to prevent chafing cons drum.

Result: Mobile continues to operate throughout the washing and returns to full capacity just a couple of minutes of rest.

Boil, cut and cocking a Galaxy S7

This time we have to TechRax with a pair of phones in their hands. First, it will happen Samsung’s latest by the counter to buy their resistance to cuts and the hammer.

Finally, the reckless youtuber will surprise us with S7 Galaxy stew paired with iPhone 6S. The experiment is very simple, just puts both phones in a frying pan with boiling water. They are lit and humidity should not be a problem for them, at least not under normal conditions.

Result: Galaxy S7 does not suffer in boiling water before collapsing by temperature shuts down to avoid greater evils. Its crystal protection is well protected from scratches but the edge itself gives the court. And resistance to the direct impacts the hold fairly solvency, including gross TechRax have to break the table to make it off by force.

Drop a Galaxy S7 up to 300 meters high

the favorite of Internet users, perhaps because it is the most realistic. From what height you can drop a mobile without breaking? Here we have three conscientious researchers complemented to offer a varied repertoire of strokes.

First EverythingApplePro with a detailed test of about one meter, a meter and a half, two meters and three meters high. Ahead, behind and even singing. The ruling and is something to keep in mind it is that they are cumulative blows.

Finally two experiments that have nothing to do with real life. First and shouting, GizmoSlip freezes a Galaxy S7 then throw from 30 meters heights within a block of ice. Then, from UnlockRiver they go far beyond mobile and up to 303 meters high with the help of a drone.

Result: blows not sit too well to the new mobile protective screens Samung, especially the rear glass shatters soon. Not so the frontal protection that resists much more. The positive reaction is the one that has shown against the cold, which tolerates even better than the heat as expected.

And on the last, did expect another result after throwing from 300 meters high

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5 Video-resistance tests Samsung Galaxy S7: he never would
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March 21, 2016

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